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Assessment of Lipase Activity in Pancreatic Extracts
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...lipase activity was enhanced by the addition of the catalyst bile. The bile salt increases the surface area in the solution for the action of lipase. The bile salt increases the half life of the lipase and prevents the lipase from denaturation. Moreover the bile salts prevent the binding of the unwanted proteins on the surface of the enzyme lipase. (Hu et al. 2010). This increases the activity of the lipase and as a result we were able to get a very good change of color due to the action of lipase on the triglycerides. The concentration of bile salts affects the rate of lipase activity... ? ASSESSMENT OF LIPASE ACTIVITY IN PANCREATIC EXTRACTS Introduction: The food that we take in is first broken down by ...
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Discuss lock-and-key theory of enzyme-substrate interaction giving specific example to illustrate theory. Include the effects of substrate concentration, pH cha
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...concentration, pH changes, temperature changes, and competitive inhibition. Enzymes are organic catalysts that speed up a chemical reaction that is occurring slowly. This they do by lowering the activation energy and once the reaction starts going, it runs on its own.  This is facilitated by the formation of enzyme-substrate complex. The main theory for the formation of enzyme-substrate-complex is called lock and key hypothesis which states that the substrate fits into an active site in the enzyme perfectly rather like a lock and key (Refer to Figure.2... Discuss lock-and-key theory of enzyme-substrate interaction giving specific example to illustrate theory. Include the effects of substrate...
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Protein concentration
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...concentrations (Sapan, et al. 1999). Other modern techniques are also developed such as DNA Pull down Assay, Microplate Capture and DetectionAssay, Electrophoretic Mobility Shift Assay, and more (Pierce Protein Biology Products, 2014). Materials and Methods In this protein analysis, there are various reagents that generally affect the overall assay result. The various chemicals that may affect the assay results... Protein Analysis Proteins are considered as first organic compounds. They are vitally found in many parts of the body such as the hair, skin, muscles, tendons, cartilage, and many more. They are also found in the enzymes, globulins, hormones, hemoglobin, myoglobin and other substances in the...
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Light Concentration
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...Concentration In this report, we describe the way light is concentrated with various optical instruments such as lenses, mirrors, and glassy (hyaline) or polymeric fiber. We analyze the tracks that light rays follow when the light has been concentrated by these optical instruments, considering any supporting equations. We analyze here converging convex lenses and the associated lensmaker’s equation; concave mirrors and the associated equation for the focal length; and optical fibers and the total internal... Dear this writing is intended to serve you merely as a model and/or guide. Therefore please put in your own words/style to make it your owngreat work. Thanks -- from, your writer ** Light Concentr...
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Concentration Indices
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...Concentration Indices Concentration indices are useful ways to analyze scenarios which deal with quantitative analysis of the specific s be it economic market concentration or health equality analysis. Any concentration index is defined with respect to its concentration curve which usually is two dimensional curve having two coordinates of (x, y) as its main parameters. Now we will bring out few of the important concentration indices we use. They are HHI or Herfindahl-Hirschman Index, Gini Coefficient, Concentration Ratio and Lerner's index. Now we discuss about each of...
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Protein Concentration
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...CONCENTRATION INTRODUCTION Proteins and their structure Proteins are large organic compounds built from 20 different amino acids. A protein will contain in the range of 50-2000 amino acid residues joined together by a chemical reaction that results in the formation of a peptide link and the release of a molecule of water. With respect to their structure, biochemists often refer to four different aspects: Primary structure, this is, the amino acid sequence (fig. 1) Secondary structure, local interactions held together by hydrogen bonds between the lone pair of electrons of an oxygen atom and the hydrogen attached to a nitrogen atom. The two most common examples are -helix... DETERMINATION OF PROTEIN...
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Concentration camp
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...Concentration Camps Concentration Camps of Nazi Germany: A Look at the Variations between the Camps Damaris DeJesus Axia College of University of Phoenix Concentration Camps 2 Concentration Camps of Nazi Germany: A Look at the Variations between the Camps In Germany between 1933 and 1945, the use of concentration camps was implemented to contain and exterminate people who fit into many different categories. These camps were divided into a number of different categories, although not all were designed for extermination. Generally, the camps were divided into the following categories: labor...
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Soil concentration
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...Concentration Elemental composition that is found in soils has anomalies leading to plant stress, as well as increased salt concentration (Cl-), and Ca2+ mineral nutrients. The salt concentration found in soil solutions is measured in form of its salinity. The amount of Cl- present in a given soil solution determines its salinity, which is required for proper plant life. Cac2+ is an important mineral nutrient in soil for plant life, but is harmful if in excess. The main cause of soil salinity can be attributed to the water management practices used on a given soil solution. High concentrations of Cl- destabilize membranes and denatured proteins, which is toxic for plants through soil... Soil...
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Digestion
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...lipase and gastric lipase. Gastric lipase is usually inactive under normal conditions but the lingual lipase helps in digesting about 30% of the lipids in the stomach. A major portion of the lipid digestion starts in the duodenum when pancreatic lipase acts on the lipids. This pancreatic lipase helps in forming fatty acids and 2 monoglycerides. Because of the insoluble nature of fats it becomes very difficult for them to cross the luminal membrane of the small intestine... ?Module 5 Trace the path of digestion through Jane from beginning to end. Include the nutrients the food contained and are broken down into, where digestion begins, what nutrients are broken into their components at each stage of...
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Teeens in concentration camps
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...concentration camps Introduction: Historical stories and narratives over time have highlighted the trials and tribulations of the Jewish people and their whims and fancies. Many of the young people in various concentration camps have suffered with wretched surroundings and often faced the threat of death. These narratives include the horrible life of Jewish young people who were imprisoned in Nazi concentration camps. These teenagers have suffered different problems and they were alienated from their families and other relatives. During that time teenagers stay aliened years of tiring work, limited food, and brutality at the hands of the Nazis. Cynthia Ozicks "The Shawl portrays... the...
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4Firm Concentration Ratio
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...concentration is that ratio which indicates the share of total market sales accounted for by the four largest firms. An industry with 20 firms and CR of 30% is considered to be in monopolistic competition. A four-firm CR of 30% means that 30% of the total market sales in the industry are controlled by the four largest firms. In monopolistic competition, there are many producers and consumers, products are differentiated, no barrier... TEMPLATE FOR Paper IP ______________________ Assignment Your answer Points How would you describe an industry with 20 firms and the CR is 30%Type your answer and explanation here. (must clearly explain answer to earn points; points will be given for clarity) A four-firm con...
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Civil Engineering Structural Concentration
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...concentrated midway along its length. Recommendations The design of a particular plastic must follow the guidelines provided by the supplier. The designing rules are different for different materials as well as applications (Shah, n.pag.). The radius of fillet must be appropriate because a lower thicknesses of fillet leads to a very high stress concentration factor. The material selection should also be done depending upon its application and a suitable form of polymer must be chosen that can bear the stress. Tests should... Failure Analysis The Failed Object Figure A broken hanger. Figure 2. Sketch of a hanger showing the dimensions and the fracture. Explanation and Analysis A hanger is usually made up ...
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How was Nazi Concentration Camp worser than Soviet Concentration Camps
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...concentration camps are worse than soviet concentration camps? In reality, both camps were horrible in their entirety, however; it is the Nazi concentration camp that left irremovable horror marks on the world human psychology. The question, “who was worse, Nazi or Stalin?” can be considered in two different contexts. This can be interpreted as which regime killed more people? Or who’s motives were more heinous behind taking innocent lives? The Nazi regime killed on racial basis. There is no doubt that they were eliminating an entire race of people based on religious or ethnic hate. On the other hand, Stalin regime was no worse. They killed millions of people... Please clearly each point to how Nazi...
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The Four-Firm Concentration Ratio
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...Concentration Ratio A market where there are 20 firms and a four-firm concentration ration (CR) of 30% would be highly competitive. Itwould reach a state of monopolistic competition1, short of perfect competition and too little concentration to be an oligopoly (AmosWeb Encyclonomic 2007). Firms would produce efficiently and price would settle near equilibrium. If there were a shift in demand, it would push price up. Firms would make long range plans to expand and build new plants to fill the increased demand. New entrants may be attracted based on the higher demand and increased price. Eventually, the excess demand would be met and the price would again gain equilibrium. The long run... The Four-Firm...
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Testing Chloride Concentration in South Florida Canal
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...Concentration in South Florida Canal Report The South Florida canalis made up of various water sources that play important roles in the ecosystem. These water bodies are usually affected by various anthropogenic activities as well as some natural forces i.e. eutrophication that has affected the quality of water specifically the salinity of the water bodies. This has compelled various government and non-governmental agencies to undertake research directed towards formulating solutions to the challenges emerging due to increased saline levels. This discussion is basically a report of the field trip that was undertaken to study the level of salinity (Chlorine) of South Florida water... Testing Chloride...
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Drug Dose and Its Concentration at Receptors
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...concentration at receptors A drug, once administered, has to make a long journey and interact with various body tissues to reach its target receptor site. According to Goodman, et al. (2011, ch. 2), pharmacokinetics divides this journey into the stages of absorption and distribution. The term ‘bioavailability’ refers to the fraction of the dose of the drug given that reaches its site of action. Various characteristics of the drug molecule, the method of administration of the drug used, the route of the drug before it reaches the target receptor, the interactions between the drug molecule and body... Drug dose and its...
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Pharmacology Practical
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...Lipase Inhibition Assay Results Table 1: Absorbance values and final Orlistat concentration after incubation Tube no. Final conc. Orlistat (µg/mL) Absorbance at 410 nm (A1) Absorbance at 500 nm (A2) Absorbance A1 – A2 = A3 1 100 0 0 0 2 80 0.098 0.010 0.088 3 60 0.078 0.008 0.007 4 40 0.121 0.061 0.006 5 20 0.104 0.031 0.073 6 10 0.123 0.019 0.104 7 5 0.190 0.110 0.08 8 1 0.123 0.040 0.083 9 0.5 0.156 0.060 0.096 10 0 0.361 0.188 0.173 Figure 1: Plot of absorbance values and final Orlistat concentration after incubation Estimating IC50 value One of the data points in the series... of accumulation, which is consistent with minimal absorption. Orlistat’s systemic...
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Effect of Concentration on an Enzyme
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...concentration has been used in that experiment. This further implies that an enzyme reaction is slow at low substrate concentration because after releasing products the molecules of the enzyme become free. At very high concentrations the reverse happens. In this experiment, filter paper is immersed into an enzyme and then placed into hydrogen peroxide. Oxygen is produced during this process and it is trapped and measured using the buoyancy disk. Time is measured from the time the buoyancy disk is from the bottom of the container until the time it will reach the surface of the solution. The reaction proceeds as follows; 2H2O2 catalase 2H2O + O2 This equation shows enzyme catalase... ? This experiment is...
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Health Insurance Concentration and its Consequences
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...concentration and its consequences The health care cost in the United s is very high. Consequently, several individuals are unable to access it. The congress is trying to address this challenge by considering various proposals to improve the country’s health care system. One of the major causes for the rise in insurance cost includes the health care concentration. This not only affects the cost of insurance, but also affects the effectiveness and admittance to health care in the country. How/ where do Americans get health insurance? And how insurance works Some Americans get their health care insurance through the Medicare and Medicaid programs that conform to public health... Task: Health insurance...
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Chloride Concentration in South Florida Canal
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...Concentration in South Florida Canal A number of water sources makeup the South Florida canal. The canal has a significant role to play in the ecosystem. The composition of water bodies in the Florida canal is affected by several factors such as industrial chemicals and natural forces like runoff seeping. The quality of water affected by such factors is its salinity. The changes in water quality in the Florida canal because of chemical composition has lead to intensified research aimed at improving water quality. This essay is a report based on a field trip to the Florida canal aimed at studying salinity levels of water bodies in the area. The report introduces... Supervisor’s due: Testing Chloride...
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Marketing Concentration within Extended Academic Programs (EAP)
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...Concentration within Extended Academic Programs (EAP) Feasibility Study: Marketing Concentration within Extended Academic Programs (EAP) Executive Summary The University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) is a Catholic affiliated private university situated within San Antonio City in Texas. This institution has campus extensions in China and Mexico known as China Incarnate Word and Centro Universitario Incarnate Word respectively (University of the Incarnate Word [UIW], 2011). This university has more than ninety-three Sister schools worldwide and the best study abroad or Extended Academic Program (EAP) ever. This university offers a Bachelor of Science in Business... Administration (BSBA) program...
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Filtration as a sample concentration method of water samples
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...Concentration Method of Water Samples Affiliation Water is an important part of life.Environmental microbiologists have had to assess the quality of water for purposes of safety and health preservation. The paper is divided into three sections. The introduction touches on the overall aspects and principles of filtration as a concentration method. The body exclusively covers the types of microorganisms that are tested during water quality assessment such as coliforms with the filtration method been used in the respective studies. It also looks at the different types of filtrations; ultrafiltration, membrane filter, and new filtration types like the biofilm filtration... as presented in...
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Measuring the concentration Of HCL by using gas dietitian tube
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...concentration Of HCL by using gas dietitian tube Introduction Factors that influence rates of responses incorporate change in fixation, temperature, surface range, or the expansion of an impetus. This examination will mainly examine the impact of focus change of the reactants upon the rate of response, utilizing hydrochloric corrosive and magnesium strip and additionally dietitian process. The centralization of HCL corrosive arrangement is controlled through serial weakening. 2HCl(aq) + Mg(s) → MgCl2(aq) + H2(g) This test specifically will investigate how the weight changes as the above response moves ahead. The response produces hydrogen gas as an item, developing more weight inside... Measuring the...
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Measuring the concentration Of HCL by using gas dietitian tube
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...Concentration of HCL Introduction Chemistry has remained constant over the years. However, some of the sectionshave changed and this is from the discovery of various new elements that have changed the shape and structure of the chemical compounds we know. An acid is a part of chemistry and is a substance that is normally below position 7 when checked on the pH scale (Barnley 43). This substance is very difficult to handle and this is because of its high collusive nature. A base is another commodity present in contemporary chemistry. This is rather a subtle product with relation to reaction and thus used in different environments. There are different methods of calculating the exact... Measuring...
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How the concentration of salt affect the rate of Osmosis
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...concentration of salt affects the rate of Osmosis Osmosis is basically defined as a process in which the movement of water occurs from an area where there is a higher concentration of water to an area where there is a lower concentration of water. This movement mainly occurs through a selective membrane which allows the movement of a few substances but not all of them. This selective barrier only allows the movement of liquids and does not allow for the passage of solutes. Osmosis is mainly referred to as a physical process with no associated chemical changes. It does not require the provision of energy to be carried out. Osmosis is an important process for the living organisms because... How the...
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The effect of enzyme concentration on enzyme activity
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...Concentration on Enzyme Activity Enzymes are biomolecules, usually proteins, which catalyze a biochemical reaction. The reactants ina chemical reaction act as the substrates for specific enzymes which in turn enhance the reaction by lowering the amount of activation energy required. The enzymes remain unaffected themselves during the process of the reaction. The rate at which the enzyme works is influenced by the following factors (users.rcn.com): 1. Concentration of the substrate molecules: The rate of the reaction is directly proportional to the number of substrate molecules available i.e. the more the molecules available, more reaction takes place. This is expressed in units... Effect of Enzyme...
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Effect of Concentration and Temperature on the Rate of Reaction
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...Concentration and Temperature on the Rate of Reaction Aim To see the reaction between Methanoic acid and Bromine Apparatus Measuring Cylinder, burette, gas syringe, volumetric flask Method Add the acid into the measuring cylinder and measure to the amount needed for the reaction. Add the amount into the burette and now from burette add the acid gradually in the volumetric flask. On the other side, we will compress the bromine gas into liquid and add it to the Methanoic acid through pipette. Introduction Reactions in nature take place at diverse speeds. Some reactions are incredibly slow, like the erosion of rocks, while other reactions can be extremely fast like the burning of wood... Effect of...
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The advantages and disadvantages of the concentration of ownership
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...concentration of ownership in today’s mass media business. The media - print, broadcast and the more recent Internet publishing – is an important sector of a society. It is or its various platforms – are considered as public spaces, that is why governments, even in democratic societies, often regulate it. With the advent of globalization, the seemingly uncontrollable force of capitalism, and the rapid development in technology, the media has become a commodity that can be sold and acquired like any goods or services in the market. By 1980s, the United States gradually deregulated the American media industries, paving the way for the open trading... ?Summarize the advantages and disadvantages of the...
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What advantages does a herfindahl-type index have as a measure of industrial concentration over an n firm concentration ratio
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...concentration ratio and the Hirschman-Herfindahl index, alternatively known as the Herfindahl index both are measures that attempt to assess the degree of concentration of firms in industries by using the market shares of individual firms to construct indices. While the Herfindahl-type indices use the market shares of all the firms present in any industry, the n-firm concentration ratio uses the market shares of the top ‘n’ number of firms. By the top firms here we refer to the firms with the highest market shares. The ‘n’ firm concentration ratio is calculated as the percentage of the share of the market captured by the ‘n’ largest firms in the industry1. So, it can be expressed as CRn... The n-firm...
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...Lipase Ensure that it is obvious which reaction the enzyme is linked to. d. Where does GLUCOSE enter the metabolic pathways outlined in Figure A? (1 mark) ANSWER = _B___ Figure A: Q13. a. Complete Figure 2 “Metabolic decisions at the Glucose-6-Phosphate crossroads of mammalian intermediary metabolism” The answer required may be a molecule or a pair of pathways. (3 marks) With reference to Figure 2: b. This is one of the major switch points in mammalian intermediary... Phase Test (attempt March 2008). Q1. Fill in the missing words mark) Protein targeting to the endoplasmic reticulum is generally ___co______.-translational, whereas targeting to mitochondria is generally _ post__- translational. ...
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Variability of Blood Glucose Concentration and Short-term Mortality in Critically Ill Patients
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...Concentration and Short-term Mortality in Critically Ill Patients YOUR FULL Article Review: Variability of Blood Glucose Concentration and Short-term Mortality in Critically Ill Patients The scope of this paper is to provide a summary review of a published study which sought to determine the relationship, if any, between decreasing the mean blood glucose concentration of patients in critical care settings and the reduction in mortality and morbidity rates (Egi, et al., 2006, p. 244). In their introduction, the authors set forth established premises regarding the fact that acute hyperglycemia is common in critically ill patients and that control... Article Review: Variability of Blood Glucose...
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Lab 4
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...concentration Data Table Effect of enzyme concentration on the production of gas Response to Question 1 Enzyme-Catalase produced by the yeast Substrate-Hydrogen peroxide Response to Question 2 The rate of reaction in tube 1 was rapid followed by tube 2 and in tube 3 it was the slowest. This difference was because of the differences in the concentration of yeast cells that produces catalase enzyme directly proportion to the amount in each tube. The higher the concentration of catalase enzyme the higher the rate of reaction and vice versa. In other words the more yeast put in the Hydrogen Peroxide the more violent the reaction; therefore, giving off more... ? Lab 4: Enzyme Experiment Effect of enzyme...
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The Effect of Alcohol Concentration on the Leakage of Pigment from Beetroot Cells
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...Concentration on the Leakage of Pigment from Beetroot Cells The beetroot has high content of betalain. This betalain is the pigment responsible for the color of the beetroot. It is a red- purple pigment. Betalain is present inside the cell and it is protected by the tonoplast. Betalains are water-soluble and exists as internal salts in the sap vacuoles. The cell membrane is the most important part of a cell. It controls the movement of the molecules inside and outside of the cell. The cell membrane is linked to the inner organelles also. This cell membrane also acts like a wall to prevent the entry of the unwanted molecules. The cell membrane is made up of phospholipids... intact because of...
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DTERMINTION OF TOTAL CALCIUM AND MAGNESIUM ION CONCENTRATION AND DETER MENTION OF NITRATE BY SPECTOHOTOMETR
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...concentration al affiliation Determination of magnesium and calcium ion concentration Introduction Aim To determine the total amount of calcium and magnesium ions Method Refer to determination of total calcium and magnesium ion Result 1. Calculate the total moles of EDTA added to the sample solution. Calculate the average titre of EDTA: Average titre = 7.8 0 + 7.75 + 7.70 = 7.75 x 10-3l Therefore moles of EDTA = concentration (moll-1) x volume = 0.05x 7.75 x 10-3= 3.875 x 10-4 mol 2. Calculate the moles of the magnesium chloride used in the back titration from your concordant results, from the equation of the titration below, the moles of Mg... Determination of magnesium and calcium ion, and nitrate...
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(GC Instrument Experiment) Determination of Ethanol Concentration in Biological Fluids using Gas Chromatography
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...Concentration in Biological Fluids using Gas Chromatography Chemistry Lab Report 17 November2014 Abstract The total amount of ethanol in a given amount of blood represents the blood alcohol concentration (BAC), which is measured in grams of ethanol per deciliter of blood in the United States (International Center for Alcohol Policies). This experiment aimed at finding the concentration of ethanol in an unknown sample using gas chromatography. It was established that the ethanol concentration of the unknown was 13.805 ± 1.31% w/v. Introduction High concentrations of ethanol (ranging between 0.3 and 0.4%) in the blood often lead to fatal consequences that include death... . Therefore, it is...
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Explain the growth in the concentration of media ownership around the world
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...concentration of media ownership around the world: A Case Study of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp Concentration of media ownership is a serious problem across the world. Since the media is considered the ‘Fourth Pillar’ of democracy, it is imperative that it remains diverse and free of commercialization. Unfortunately, the reality is quite the opposite. In this context, Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, stands as a symbol of this dire imbalance. News Corporation, under the leadership of Rupert Murdoch, has unparalleled power and reach in the news media industry. The Murdoch Empire spans several continents, with significant footholds in Australia, United States and the United Kingdom... The growth in the...
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The effects of concentration camps during the Holocaust on the people who lived in them
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...concentration camps. The concentration (labour) camps in particular were established in German conquered and occupied areas and thus included the Poles, French, Czechs, Dutch, Yugoslavians, Belgians and any other nationalities in the conquered and occupied countries.3 The majority of prisoners however were Jews and Gypsies who were primarily destined for the extermination camps.4 Once the Second World War ended, many healthcare professionals came into contact with the survivors of the Nazi concentration camps. Accounts of the effects of the concentration camps during the holocaust and the people who lived in them began to emerge.5 German camps were divided into three types... ?During the Second World...
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Analyze the Use of Serial Dilution in Determining Bacterial Toxin Concentration
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...Concentration" Introduction Bacteria are tiny microscopic organisms that are not visible through naked eyes. They are visible through the microscope. Direct count of these microorganisms is time consuming and tedious, moreover it requires a lot of expertise. Various methods are developed over the years to count the microbes; encompassing colony count, serial dilution followed by plating the sample, pour plate method etc (Davis, 2011; Ford, 2010). Bacterial are living organisms and they are present in nature as a large population. In order to estimate their number, plating is done but plating cannot give the countable number... and also by Bordetella sp (Schmitt). Bacterial toxin thus plays an...
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Resistance Efforts of the Biblystock Ghetto, Sobibor Concentration Camp uprising, and Partisian Groups
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...Concentration Camp uprising, and Partisan Groups In 1943, Biblystock ghetto occupied by Jews established an organization with the intention of attacking the German army (Arad 322). The Jews heard that the Nazis had the motive to execute them; therefore, they decided to resist the execution by attacking the Nazi army with the expectation of saving themselves from the brutal killings. The Nazi intended to liquidate the Jews living in the ghettos by transporting them to a different location where they killed them in gas chambers (Arad 322). Nonetheless, the resistance was short lived as the deportations to massacre occurred by the end of the day... Resistance Efforts of the Biblystock Ghetto, Sobibor...
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Digestive system
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...lipase digests lipids to 3 fatty acids and glycerol and amylase for digestion of carbohydrates. 5. Gall bladder has three functions that are storage, concentration, and secretion of bile. Bile salts are important for emulsification of fats: the fats are broken into small droplets, and this increases surface area for more lipases to breakdown the fats to easily absorbable forms. Bile salts are alkaline... Human Anatomy Lab Report Topic: Digestive Systems Saliva aids in formation of food boluses in addition to lubricating, protecting, and cleansing the pharyngeal and esophageal mucosa. Enzyme amylase catalyzes breakdown of starch into sugars (trisaccharides and disaccharides); these sugars are later...
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The Robbery of Humanity: How the Concentration Camp Deprived those within it of Their Humanity
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...Concentration Camp Deprived those within it of Their Humanity Although the toll in human life has often been discussed and quantified as a result of the horrors inflicted upon people during the Holocaust, there is not often a focus on the robbery of humanity that existed within both those that perished and those that survived. This fact alone is important to understand due to the fact that it helps to portray an adequate image of what went on in the concentration camps beyond the murder and wholesale genocide that characterizes so many discussions of this period in time. Accordingly, this essay will briefly discuss some of the many ways... in which the concentration camp...
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Define the specialization/concentration of civil engineering. Provide details of job readiness capabilities
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...Concentration of Civil Engineering Civil Engineering involves the engineering of construction and forms a significant component of the building and construction field (Brown University, 1). On a daily basis, civil engineers make serious decisions that affect people in a great manner. These decisions are numerous and affect several areas of the economy such as the roads, buildings, water facilities, and electricity facilities that people used every single day (Brown University, 1). These require that students take appropriate concentrations or specialization in civil engineering so as to operate professionally within the industry. In that sense, civil engineering is divided... 4 February...
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EFFICACY OF WILDLIFE REHABILITATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION A DETAILED REVIEW OF LEES-MCRAE COLLEGE WILDLIFE REHABILITATION CONCENTRATION
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...CONCENTRATION By NINA MARIE FISCHESSER B.S., Southern Illinois University, 1989 A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF ARTS in ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION We accept this thesis as conforming to the required standard .......................................................... Richard Kool, Thesis Supervisor .......................................................... Richard Kool, Program Head School of Environment and Sustainability .......................................................... Ms. Mickie Noble, Director... EFFICACY OF WILDLIFE REHABILITATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION A DETAILED REVIEW OF LEES-MCRAE COLLEGE WILDLIFE REHABILITATION...
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To invesitgate the number of fresh water shrimps in relation to oxygen concentration in the river Riber Brook
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...concentration in the river Riber Brook Planning: The aim of this study was to see the effect of oxygen saturation on the number of shrimps (gammarus pulex) present within a selected test area. My hypothesis concerns the habitations of aerobic fresh-water species. I believed that as the concentration of dissolved oxygen increases, the number of shrimps present will also increase. My hypothesis was proved by the experiment. Results indicate that a higher oxygen content attracted larger numbers of gammarus pulex. For this investigation my independent variable was the number of shrimps present and the dependent variable... was the concentration of dissolved oxygen. My control...
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A report entitled Audit concentration :lack of competition in the large company audit market
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...concentration – Lack of competition in the large company audit market Table of Contents Introduction 3 Plan of Competition Commission 3 Main concerns 4 Step taken to increase the competition in the audit market 6 Conclusion 7 Works Cited 9 Name of Student: Name of Professor: Course Number: Date of Paper: Audit concentration – Lack of competition in the large company audit market Introduction The report highlights the plan formulated by Competition Commission (CC) in July 2013 which shook the Big Four auditing companies under FTSE 350 audit market, PwC, Deloitte, KPMG and EY. The plan indicated that the Big Four companies should tender the audit report every five years which was actually... ? Audit...
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Using TWO examples, explain how hormones reulate physiological processes + what do you understand by the term 'fluid electrolyte balance'
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...concentration of hormones secreted by peripheral endocrine glands. The hormones may also be secreted in response to changes in a controlled variable (Nussey & Whitehead 2001). The following examples illustrate as to how hormones regulate physiological function. Regulation of physiological process by thyroid hormones The thyroid hormones, namely, thyroxine (T3) and tri-iodothyronine (T4) are secreted... Using TWO examples, explain how hormones regulate physiological processes. Hormones are chemical messengers that carry signals from one cell to another via the blood. They are produced by endocrine glands. There are eight major endocrine glands in the body. They are pituitary gland, pineal gland,...
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Diet effects on plasma lipoproteins ( Paraphrasing )
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...concentrations. Their study was conducted in type II diabetic patients and the responses may differ in diabetic and control subjects. On the other hand, Huff and Nestel [33] established, in a study accomplished in type II diabetic patients and the reactions may differ in diabetic and control subjects, that improved authorization rates following HCHO feeding; the type of CHO (simple or complex) was not known and may partake in the distinction in reaction. Blades and Garg [34] found no alterations of TG clearance rate after a HCHO diet in the face of a huge swell in TG concentrations. 54 The epuration of TG is dependent on the activity of lipoprotein...
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Explain how the relationship between the dose of drug given to an individual and the concentration of drug molecules
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...concentration of drug molecules at active receptor sites is dependent on many factors. Author’s name Institution A drug, once administered, has to make a long journey and interact with various body tissues to reach its target receptor site. According to Goodman, et al. (2011, ch. 2), pharmacokinetics divides this journey into the stages of absorption and distribution. The term ‘bioavailability’ refers to the fraction of the dose of the drug given that reaches its site of action. Various characteristics of the drug molecule, the method of administration of the drug used, the route of the drug before it reaches... ? Explain how the relationship between the dose of drug given to an individual and the...
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Huge selling concentration
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...concentrate on exploring partnering and collaboration in terms of extent and suitability of home appliances in the distribution options. Hence a multi-disciplinary approach is necessary for the complex organizational chains that are embedded in national socio-political contexts... Considerations of Marketing Manager to Enter Into New Geographical Market Prepared by Submitted to Word Count Table of Contents Introduction 3 Distribution Options 3 Supply Chain Management 5 Case and the Company 5 The first Case 6 Network Considerations 9 Manufacturer to Customer 12 Organizational Finance to Enhance Marketing Strategies 13 Case of Microsoft 14 India as new...
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Digestion and Enzymes
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...lipase and hydrochloric acid (HCL). A slimy coat of mucous containing hydrogen carbonate neutralizes acid and protects the stomach walls from damage by the acid. The protease secreted is pepsin which is produced by glands known as the chief cells. Pepsin, which functions to digest (the meat) proteins into short amino acid chains, is secreted in an inactive form (to prevent it from digesting the proteins in the cells which produce it) then activated into pepsin once in stomach conditions (pepsin is only stable in acidic condition/ 2-3 pH range). HCL (secreted from parietal cells in the gastric glands), is responsible for creating such acidic conditions and further helps in destroying... Digestion and...
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